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Did you know...
Pymble is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Pymble is located 18 kilometres north-west of the Sydney Central Business District in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council. West Pymble is a separate suburb, surrounded by Lane Cove National Park. Pymble is a predominantly residential area with tree-lined streets and many substantial homes and gardens.
Pymble is named after Robert Pymble (1788-1861), an influential early settler. The area remained primarily agricultural for some time. The first bank - the Australian Joint Stock Bank - was built in the area by a local builder, Richard Porter. A two-storey, Georgian structure made of sandstone, the building is now a private home known as Grandview and is on the Register of the National Estate.
The Suakin Depot, of the Australian Army, houses the 7th Field Regiment (Artillery), and A Company (Infantry) of the 2/17 RNSWR. Other landmarks include Ku-ring-gai Town Hall, St Swithun's Anglican Church and Merrivale in Telegraph Road.
The Town Hall, situated on the Pacific Highway, not far from Grandview, is an example of the Inter-War Spanish Mission architectural style. St Swithun's, in Telegraph Road, is an example of the Inter-War Gothic style. Designed by N.W.McPherson and built circa 1938, it has been described as "Imaginatively simplified from the Perpendicular Gothic Style",and has large wooden doors.
Merrivale is a local stately home in the Regency style. Macquarie Cottage, in Avon Road, was designed by William Hardy Wilson in the Colonial Revival style and built in 1918. A single-storey house with deep eaves and a verandah, it is listed on the Register of the National Estate.